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Amendment One, North Carolina Gay Marriage Ban, Passes Vote

Amendment One, North Carolina Gay Marriage Ban, Passes Vote

Commented May 25, 2012 at 13:22:08 in Politics

“To the folks that do not like the the rules passed in the great state of NC. Stay the hell out of their state.This was passed by a majority of the proud citizens of this southern state. You do not have to live, spend your tax dollars, or even use their highways. Just stay away and do not cast stones when they are not needed. If you live there and do not like it , move.

No, I am not from NC, never have been, never will. I believe in freedom of choice!”

dragonofwessex62 on Jun 15, 2012 at 13:49:45

“Thank you Mandy and God bless your heart!”

dragonofwessex62 on Jun 8, 2012 at 16:19:23

“THANK YOU MANDY!!!!!!!”

chr1st1an on May 28, 2012 at 13:39:21

“Enough states have now banned gay marriage to implement a constitutional amendment:

1.
86% of Mississippi voters amend state constitution in 2001

2.
76% of Texas voters pass Proposition 2

3.
61% of North Carolina voters BAN gay marriage with Proposition 1 on May 7, 2012

4.
71.6% of Kentucky voters amend state constitution

5.
70% of Nebraska voters amend state constitution with Initiative 416

6.
69.4% of Nevada voters amend state constitution

7.
68% of Alaska�s voters amend state constitution

8.
66% of Hawaii legislators amend state constitution, 69% of voters endorsed that amendment

9.
61.4% of California voters pass Proposition 22 on March 7, 2000, then again 53% pass Proposition 8 in November 2009

10.
57% of Oregon voters reject the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force and amend their state constitution

11.
53.4% of Colorado Voters amend state constitution on November 3, 1993

12.
Oklahoman voters made it a crime for a public official to issue gay marriage licenses

13.
FEDERAL DOMA law passed on September 21, 1996 ends gay marriage

14.
�Voters in Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Michigan, Mississippi, Montana, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon and Utah all approved anti-same-sex marriage amendments by double-digit margins�, per CNN”